Competition Entries Now Closed
Today Tonight is giving you the chance to win one of 100 family passes (for four people) to see the new Dreamworks movie, Trolls.
The special screening will be at Event Cinemas, Marion, on Sunday, November 20, at 11am. One lucky family will also win the major prize of a return trip to Sydney to record a song in a professional studio.
To go in the draw, complete the entry form on this page, answering the question Paul Makin asked on-air.
Entries close Monday, November 14, at 6pm.
Winners will be notified by email.
Terms and conditions apply.
Thank you to everyone that entered Today Tonight Adelaide's "Trolls" Competition.
Due to the high volume of entries we receive we regret we cannot respond to each personally. You will, however, be contacted if you are a winner of this competition or to answer your request for information.
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